Donald Trump Describes Impeachment Inquiry ‘Coup’

Donald Trump has been facing criticism and controversies since he joined the office, while US president says the inquiry launched by Democrats is ‘intended to take away the power of the people’.

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The United States President Donald Trump took an impeachment inquiry by Democrats not light as his strict expression appeared on it and also labeled it “coup” just formed to “take away the power of the people”.

However, these comments were rapidly emerged with strict condemn by Mr. Trump’s critics who pointed to the United States of America constitution and the definition of a coup.

Mr. Trump’s Tuesday tweet, “As I learn more and more each day, I am coming to the conclusion that what is taking place is not an impeachment, it is a COUP,”

The 45th U.S. President considered that it is “intended to take away the Power of the People, their VOTE, their Freedoms, their Second Amendment, Religion, Military, Border Wall, and their God-given rights as a Citizen of The United States of America!”

The senior leader of the nation said, “The Greatest Witch Hunt in the history of our Country!”

According to critics, ‘a coup’ word is often used as a violent and sudden remove from power of a government by an opposing group, while impeachment is a legal process presented in the US constitution.

David Priess, the head of Lawfare, a national security blog, tweeted, “If impeachment is really an “attempted coup d’etat,” so are these because just like impeachment they are literally in Article I of the Constitution: 1. House elections 2. Senate elections 3. Assembling of Congress 4. Raising revenue 5. Regulating commerce 6. Coining money …,”

Trump comments materialized afterwards a number of his staunch supporters brought into play the “coup” line at what time defending Trump on Fox News.

Democrats in the US House of Representatives initiated an impeachment inquiry a week ago carrying agenda of a July 25’s phone call Trump had with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

In this telephonic conversation, US President asked Zelensky to launch an inquiry into the Republican president’s political rival, former Vice President Joe Biden, is a leading 2020 Democratic presidential hopeful.


Nonetheless, Trump’s telephonic talks and other actions by his administration remained the subjects of a whistle-blower complaint that put allegation on the president of using the power of his office to seek interference from a foreign state in the 2020 US election.